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Majority of Swing-State Voters Don’t Prefer Universal Coverage

A new survey commissioned by the Partnership for America’s Health Care Future found that nearly two-thirds of swing-state voters prefer lower healthcare costs over universal health care coverage, or otherwise think ObamaCare 1.0 and possibly a future “2.0” Medicare-for-All overhauls of our healthcare is a terrible idea. The survey also found that 46 percent of American voters regard health care as the most critical issue with the economy coming in second at 40 percent and another 40 percent citing immigration.  The states surveyed included: Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio – all states that the Left cannot afford to lose but whose candidates are nearly all touting a healthcare coup by Big Government. Good news for President Trump.

Here’s more from Breitbart…

Nearly two-thirds of swing-state voters favor lowering healthcare costs over providing universal health care, according to a poll released Thursday.

A survey released Thursday conducted by Locust Street Group commissioned by the Partnership for America’s Health Care Future found that 64 percent of American battleground state voters prefer lowering healthcare costs over ensuring universal health care. In contrast, only 36 percent of swing-state voters back universal coverage over reducing healthcare costs.

The battleground states include Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Ohio, all crucial states for presidential elections and congressional races.

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